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Organic Builds Life In the SOILWATERWAYS and COMMUNITIES. 


Tell us your Organic Builds Life Story by tagging your social posts with #organicbuildslife and #myorganicworld


Together we learn, we share, and we grow. Starting March 1, 2018, we want to learn about your organic world. Share your story, and you could win garden goodness for you and others!


Three steps to enter to win:


1. Tell us

2. Show us 

3. Share


Winners receive a $50-$200 gift card to put in the garden, a $50-$200 gift card for their hero, and a $50-$200 gift card for a local school garden.


Winners will be chosen twice a month, March through June 2018.



Enter to Win
Rules & Prizes

It’s Easy to Enter:

  • Like or Follow Kellogg Garden Products on Facebook and Instagram.
  • Starting March 1, 2018, upload your story and image to the contest page
  • Share your Gardening image entry on Facebook and/or Instagram with the hashtag #MyOrganicWorld and #OrganicBuildsLife.

The First winner will be announced March 15, 2018

 Good luck, we can’t wait to see all of your Organic World! Don’t forget to share your submissions and have your friends vote.
My Organic World
Organic Builds Life!

Organic Builds Life. It really does!  Organic builds life in the soil that results in majestic trees, rolling lawns, vibrant flowers, and ripening fruits and vegetables.  The soil does some pretty cool, complicated things too – like working with plants by acting as the local self-storage center for carbon being pulled from the air and balancing that with the output of life-giving oxygen – kind of a big deal, right?

Organic builds life in our waterways.  Organic material in the soil retains more water and reduces run-off – keeping water where the plants need it – with the plant.  Protecting indigenous plant life and wild life in our rivers, lakes and oceans is important to maintaining a healthy ecosystem and minimize the potential for water-borne pests and disease .  This impacts the tiniest critters, all the way up the food chain.  Next to life-giving oxygen, water is our next most important need.

Organic builds life in our families and communities.  Growing your own fruits and vegetables to feed yourself is empowering.  Sharing with your neighbor is one of the greatest and most honorable traditions going back to early man.  And working together making our neighborhood a better neighborhood, makes us better people too!  Whether planting trees in a park or building a school garden to teach the next generation independence, we learn from each other, making our families and communities stronger, from which all of us can benefit.

Make your part of the world a little better.  Organic Builds Life.



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Importance of School Gardens

School Gardens are growing and we want to help them keep growing.


According, to the USDA 23.6 million students are developing healthy eating habits and learning where their food comes from. Another 16% of school districts surveyed plan to start farm to school activities in the future.  REAL School Gardens — which has built nearly 100 gardens — reports that partner schools have seen a 12 to 15 percent increase in the number of students passing standardized tests — not just those in the garden program, but school-wide.


Kellogg has always believed that growing minds are nurtured by growing gardens.  There are so many benefits of adding gardens to our communities’ schools. School gardens allow students to learn first-hand about healthy nutrition and environmental stewardship, as well as the life-cycle of plants. They provide experiential and enriching learning opportunities outside the traditional classroom. And lastly, they encourage students to create something beneficial and beautiful, with their own hands!

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Plant with Purpose

Poverty and the environment are more closely connected than we might think. In fact, the majority of the world’s poorest people live in rural areas. Equipped with the knowledge, tools and resources to restore and develop their land sustainably, impoverished communities are able to lift themselves out of poverty and achieve self-reliance.


This is the mission behind Kellogg’s partnership with Plant With Purpose, a humanitarian organization dedicated to helping rural poor around the globe adopt sustainable farming practices that protect the land and improve people’s lives. Plant With Purpose works in six developing countries, bringing hope out of poverty and creating lasting change.


Learn more about Plant With Purpose and support their efforts.

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